Testo 317-2 Combustible Gas Leak Detector features rising alarm sounds with increasing gas concentrations. The combustible gas leak detector shows gas concentration in bar graph display.
- Self-verification test at power-on
- Audibly confirms functionality of device
- Audible alarm coincides with the level of gas detected
- Continuous alarm emits if programmed threshold is exceeded
- Gas concentration levels are indicated on bar graph display
- Case with belt clip, wrist loop, and batteries
Proposition 65 Warning for California Residents: This product can expose you to chemicals including Benzene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
I liked to have a simple detector that i could use to sweep rooms after i finished a job. I usually just keep it in my pocket and use it almost like an ambient detector.
Straightforward meter. Has the clicker for audible checking and a concentration graph display on the screen. You can also clip it on and use it as an ambient monitor. All around good for safety when you're dealing with combustible gasses.
Keeping me safe
Can’t be too careful when working around gas. This detector with its audible and visual alerts is part of my arsenal to help keep me safe from unsafe levels of methane and propane.
Handy little meter
Handy little meter to check for leaking gas.
I like this meter because it's small and can go in a tool bag or even your pocket. If you know how to trace a leak and the meter has even decent accuracy and sensitivity all these testers are kind of the same. I recommend this simply because of the brand reputation and the design is super convenient
I like the concentration display on the screen. This makes leak detection a lot easier than listening to the ticker. I mean, the ticker is still there and can work for you if you like that, but I guess I'm more visual.
I can work in some pretty shady environments and i gotta make sure there isn't an accident waiting to happen. Some of the installs i come to repair are downright embarrassing.